See Requirements for SAP ASE Source Hosts and Databases.
- Login to the Delphix Management application.
- Click Manage.
- Select Environments.
- From the Actions (...) menu select Add Environment.
- In the Host and Server tab window, select Unix/Linux.
- Select Standalone Host.
- Click Next.
- Enter a Name for the environment.
- Enter the Host IP address.
For NFS Addresses (Optional):
Enter one or more comma-separated IP Address/Hostname
If specified, Delphix Engine only allows NFS requests (mount, etc) originated from IP Addresses specified for the host.
- Enter the SSH port.
The default value is 22.
Select a Login Type.
— Username and Password - enter the OS username and password, or
— Username and Public Key - enter the OS username.
Using Public Key AuthenticationIf you want to use public key encryption for logging into your Unix-based environment:
- Select Public Key for the Login Type.
- Click View Public Key.
- Copy the public key that is displayed, and append it to the end of your
~/.ssh/authorized_keysfile. If this file does not exist, you will need to create it.
chmod 600 authorized_keysto enable read and write privileges for your user.
chmod 755 ~to make your home directory writable only by your user.
The public key needs to be added only once per user and per environment.
- For Password Login, click Verify Credentials to test the username and password.
- Enter a Toolkit Path.
The toolkit directory stores scripts used for Delphix Engine operations. It must have a persistent working directory rather than a temporary one. The toolkit directory will have a separate sub-directory for each database instance. The toolkit path must have 0770 permissions.
- Click the Discover SAP ASE checkbox.
- Click Next.
- In the Summary, tab confirm your selections.
- Click Submit.
After you create the environment, you can view information about it by selecting Manage > Environments and then selecting the environment name.
ASE Manual Discovery
When an ASE environment is added Delphix automatically discovers your ASE instances. Manual discovery allows users to add instances that were not automatically discovered. This feature is currently only supported via the CLI. For more information please refer to Configuring ASE Manual Discovery.